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Sport Fishing Tournaments another aspect of West End development

PHILLIP WARD and MIKE HAYHURST , Deadman’s Reef Fishing Village Developers

Developers of the Seaward Fishing Village, while on island, recently, discussed the developments of the proposed Fishing Village in the Deadman’s Reef community, one which they are of the view will attract further investment and ultimately enhance Grand Bahama’s economic landscape. Phillip Ward and Mike Hayhurst, developers of the village, where work originally started in…
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Rotarians learn of Outten’s humanitarian efforts geared toward country’s youth

FRANK OUTTEN

Influencing the nation’s youth from an early age, was the focus of the Rotary Club of Lucaya’s guest speaker, businessman Frank Outten at the club’s meeting on Tuesday, January 16 at Ruby Swiss Restaurant. “The main thing about my presentation is the children,” Outten told the audience of Rotarians. “We should train our children from…
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FBC Mentorship Program gets sizable boost

MENTORSHIP ASSISTANCE – Rotary Club of Freeport presents Falcons Boys’ Club with a $1,000 check to assist mentorship efforts locally and nationally. Pictured from left to right are RCF president Elsie Knowles; Community Projects Chairperson Venus Hall-Miller; Falcons Boys’ Club Founder Darrin Rolle and Rotarian Steve Gunn. (PHOTO: SHARELL LOCKHART)

Rotary Club of Freeport (RCF) President Elsie Knowles on Thursday, January 18 at Ruby Swiss Restaurant presented Falcons Boys’ Club founder Darrin Rolle with a check valued at $1,000.00 to assist with mentorship efforts of the organization both locally and nationally. Keen on positively impacting the lives of the youth and building the community of…
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ROYO Forum addresses strategies to stop the recent violence

ROYO FORUM – Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO) Founder Dudley Seide (left) and Youth Against Violence (YAV) Founder pastor Carlos Reid (second left) hosted a Crime, Drug and Gang Violence Symposium on Tuesday, January 16, discussing strategies to stop the violence. Also pictured are Youth Pastor Gregory Dames (second right) and pastor Darrin Rolle (right). (PHOTO: SHARELL LOCKHART)

Bloody streets throughout communities of The Bahamas particularly Grand Bahama, is a cause for serious concern and Reach Out Youth Organization (ROYO) Founder Dudley Seide and Youth Against Violence (YAV) Founder pastor Carlos Reid hosted a Crime, Drug and Gang Violence Symposium on Tuesday, January 16, discussing strategies to stop the violence. Members of the…
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